Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Violation of Court Order and Moral Fitness

I was looking over some old cases last night and noted something in an opinion from last year.  The Mississippi Court of Appeals decided Beard v. Berryman located here in March of last year.  It was an adoption case between two third parties. The chancellor was affirmed in finding the Berrymans more morally fit because the Beards violated the court's orders.  To me, this is an interesting argument that I am surprised is not seen more often. 

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